The global M2M market is set to reach 27 billion connections in 2024, generating US$1.6 trillion in revenue

Every year Machina Research takes a snapshot from its M2M Forecast Database to look at the current state of the M2M market and expectations for how the market will grow over the next 10 years.

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Huawei says cellular IoT is key to mobile operators’ next five years as it unveils a ‘4.5G’ solution

London, UK — At its pre-Mobile World Congress briefing yesterday for analysts and media, China’s Huawei outlined its new 4.5G strategy and supporting technologies. As Jeremy Cowan reports, the vendor identified cellular IoT (CIoT) as a major way for mobile operators to build new revenues on existing networks.

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CSR’s $2.5bn sale to Qualcomm follows Huawei’s grab for Neul, adds to list of IoT value investments

Qualcomm Inc today announced that it has reached agreement with the UK’s second largest chip designer, CSR plc on the terms of a recommended cash acquisition. As Jeremy Cowan reports, this follows last month’s sale of Neul to Huawei for US$25 million and other recent IoT investments where companies are looking for distressed assets or

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David Cameron backs UK and German investment in the Internet of Things at CeBIT 2014 trade fair

Hanover, Germany, March 10, 2014 – British Prime Minister David Cameron joined Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel in Hanover last night to open the CeBIT 2014 trade fair – one of the most important events on the IT business calendar.

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Neul and Machina Research highlight the MNO opportunity in the Internet of Things

Cambridge, UK – Neul has announced the launch of an industry whitepaper on the Internet of Things (IoT) in conjunction with Machina Research, The need for low cost, high reach, wide area connectivity for the Internet of Things. The paper highlights the Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) network technology opportunity in addressing the Internet of

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Weightless technology gets traction as London SIG meeting achieves 'huge milestone'

Anyone who’s been watching the high-tech sector for long enough will have come to recognise those moments, says Alun Lewis, when a new standard or initiative suddenly reaches a critical mass of interest and activity or – ‘gotten traction’ – to use the language of West Coast silicon entrepreneurship …

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Neul secures first Series B funding with additional US$5m as Boland drives company in new direction

(Cambridge, UK – September 6, 2013) – Neul Ltd, a specialist in Internet of Things (IoT) network technology using the Weightless™ wireless standard, has closed the initial US$5 million tranche of a new Series B round of equity funding. (See our Exclusive Interview: Neul CEO switches focus from broadband to M2M, lays off staff, plans

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Neul CEO switches focus from broadband to M2M, lays off staff, plans new office and investment

(EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW) Cambridge, UK. July 4, 2013 — Neul, the UK-based firm known for its pioneering work in the TV ‘white space’ spectrum, has begun a ‘hard reset’ of its business. New CEO, Stan Boland, told M2M Now that Neul will be “sharpening its focus on M2M” following a strategic corporate review.

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Neul debuts ATEX-compliant 'white space' communications system and appoints new CEO

Cambridge, UK – Neul has launched an ATEX-compliant white space communications system, NeulNET, whilst announcing the appointment of Stan Boland as its new CEO.

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M2M supergroup formed by ARM in Cambridge

Cambridge superchip designer ARM has launched a new UK powergroup to create a technology blueprint for how the 50 million connected devices expected worldwide by 2020 can work together.

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M2M Connecting the next 50 billion event in Glasgow

A free-to-attend event, described as an industry-led meeting of minds on M2M (machine-to-machine) communication is to be held at Freescale in Glasgow, Scotland Thursday November 24.

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Neul raises $12.8m (£8.0m) from DFJ Esprit-led syndicate to occupy TV white space

Neul, a company offering products and services for the globally-emerging TV white space spectrum, has raised $12.8million (£8.0m) from a syndicate of investors led by European venture capital firm DFJ Esprit.

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Start-up launches whitespace radio set for M2M market

What is claimed to be the first production wireless radio system to use the whitespace spectrum freed up by the move from analogue to digital television has been introduced by start-up company Neul for use in M2M communications.

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